"...you could've been Super Woman. I'm sure that would come back around." - Michael Shannon
heard it hear folks. Shannon is based
Is this chart legit?
I know some of you guys joke about this shit but I genuinely think a lot of people on /tv/ truly believe there are legitimate distinctions between all these things and it infuriates me.
Personally I hate the word flick and would never use it, but movie and film are interchangeable. Cinema is a place or if you are kind of a dick then it can describe the art of film in general.
The other things are not real as far as I am concerned so I completely ignore them. I hate this meme, it has gone on for far too long.
>Bakshi said he wants to make Wizards 2 and will if The Last Days of Coney Island does well.
Where do you go from the ending though? Avatar kills Blackwolf and the projector is destroyed, thus ending the power of propoganda over the people (Blackwolf's anyway, since Avatar believed in propoganda too). It kinda ends abruptly, but everything ends pretty much wrapped up.
Yeah but considering the mother never wanted to rule the world and when the kid finds out dad wanted him murdered for being born a mutant, somehow I don't think he'll want to follow in his footsteps.
A P O L O G I Z E
i'm not seeing an apology
The seriously tried to make Dracula into a super hero and wanted to make a monster super hero cinematic universe...
The whole reason the old Universal monster movies and the "Vs" movies were cool was because they were monsters. Monsters fight, and they tear shit up.
No amount of cgi is going to make anything as cool as this with the wrong attitude.
ITT: Actors that were perfectly cast for a role
How many of you look back and think about how many wasted hours you've spent shitposting, making little pictures in photoshop, or refreshing /tv/? Was it worth it?
>That doesn't look very scary. More like a six-foot turkey.
What did she mean by this?
>"Miranda Tate is totally not Talia, guys!"
>"John Harrison is totally not Khan, guys!"
>"Franz Oberhauser is totally not Blofeld, guys!"
Why do they do this?
if they don't answer, it's obviously right and nobody will be surprised
if they reveal it's right, it's right and nobody will be surprised
if they deny it, most people are retards and will be surprised when the time comes
>it's a security officer reads newspaper in the middle of the night and misses the people in the security cameras episode
>it's a "the villain wanted to be caught all along" episode
>Its an enemy gets shot in the shoulder but then falls to his death episode
What the fuck did I just watch?
Can anyone here name one of his movies that isn't Deadpool, Green Lantern, or that shitty X-Men movie?
Literally none of his other movies are memorable.
I've watched Boardwalk Empire and I've fallen in love with this actor. Which are his best movies (other than the Big Leboswki)?
>has a 10/10, sweet and feminine housewife who is deeply in love with you
>cheats on her with ugly women and doesn't appreciate her
Was he stupid?
I think this image speaks for itself.
This is a photo of the new Death Note movie netflix is making. The man in the picture? L. I'm sure you can spot the problems here. He's black and he's out in the fucking open giving some speech. Even though you know a massive part of L's character was him not wanting people to know who he is or what he looks like.
What is your take on Netflix's L?